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brings in. instead keeping our pollution at bay literally instead of venting it into the central valley. it's also compressing the atmosphere and trapping it along the lower area. the warm spots along the bay at the century mark if not a little above. the humming of air conditioners. mid to upper 90s today. fremont, 92 degrees. mid to upper 80s for the rest of the east bay shore. down in the south bay today, if you have a. c. you may wanna use it. low to mid-90s there. mid to upper 80s on the peninsula. los gatos and mountain view near 90. 78 half moon bay and 80 daly city. downtown south san francisco, sausalito mid-80s. upper 80s san rafael and vallejo. sunshine and low to mid-70s at your beaches. 70 monterey and 80 watsonville. going to be toasty tonight at at&t park. warm, 84 degrees.
the first pitch at 7:15 dropping to around 76 degrees. tonight we'll have temperatures mainly in the low to mid-60s. a few upper 60s and that's going to lead us to a warm he day tomorrow. the reason we have that excessive heat advisory around the bay and inland tomorrow will be the hottest day with records falling. temperatures will drop nearly 6 degrees wednesday, another 4 degrees thursday, another 8 degrees friday. by the time the weekend rolls around, our temperatures are 10 to 15 degrees cooler than today and tomorrow. >> mike, thank you. >> you bet. >> follow up on our miracle in chile where officials are taking steps to provide food, water and medicine to 33 trapped miners who have managed to stay alive for 17 days. (cheers and applause) >> that was the reaction when families and friends of the miners learned their loved ones were alive. yesterday rescuers lowered a small device to the dropped men with a video camera attached. the images showed one of the miners. they also recovered a note that reads all 33 of us are fine in
the shelter. >> in this instance they survived the initial days they were trapped. they made contact with the outside which is important for their mental state. and then that will keep them going. >> but their ordeal is not over. the instability of the surrounding rocks means it will be at least two to four months before the miners can be rescued. crews will have to lower food and water to the miners until then. former talk show host montel williams is apparently looking at getting into the medical marijuana business. today's san francisco chronicle reports that williams, a long-time supporter of medical marijuana with an attorney and one council member they've talked about the issue. williams is said to be proposing growing certain types of marijuana for specifically illnesses. they agreed to grant permits to four massive marijuana farms. >> the
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